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Field Hockey Sticks

Learn More About Field Hockey Sticks

Selection

Power Your Performance with a High-Quality Field Hockey Stick

Find the perfect fit for you when you shop a variety of field hockey sticks at DICK'S Sporting Goods. When the game is on the line, you may only have one shot at victory. Make sure you take it with a high-quality stick that's designed to give you an incredible mix of accuracy and power.

Whether you're new to the game or a veteran player, you'll find sticks for every skill level in this selection. Browse some of today's most popular brands, including STX®, Harrow® and Grays®. Choose from indoor field hockey sticks, outdoor field hockey sticks and field hockey packages that include carrying cases, shin guards and more.

In field hockey, your stick is by far the most important piece of equipment you own. When you play with a high-quality field hockey stick, you'll notice the difference in ball control and feel.

Need help carrying your gear? Traveling to away games is a breeze with field hockey bags and backpacks. Check out the complete collection of field hockey gear and equipment from DICK'S Sporting Goods.

Expert Advice

How to Choose the Right Field Hockey Stick for You

Though every field hockey stick in this collection is designed to give you an edge on the pitch, there can be major differences between models. Here are the main factors to consider when purchasing a stick:

  • Length: Usually, sticks should be hip high on a player. Some players like an inch or two higher for increased reach, while others prefer the control a shorter stick provides.
  • Weight: Heavier sticks add power to your shot and may be more durable, while lighter sticks are best for quick wrist shots and ball control.
  • Bow: Lower bows are better suited for aerial and sweeping shots and may be preferred by highly skilled athletes.

In addition to these factors, it's worth considering your stick's materials and the overall look and feel. Remember, lots of practice paired with a field hockey stick that's well suited to your playing style will help take your performance to the next level.

Browse a range of top-quality field hockey balls at DICK'S Sporting Goods and start practicing today.